›Cloudy: Emıssıon Lınes in Astrophysics, From Gaseous Nebulae to Quasars
The purpose of this symposium is to celebrate the scientific career of Gary Ferland.
A substantial fraction of his research career has been devoted to the development
of the code CLOUDY and its applications to the study of the interstellar medium.
CLOUDY has been applied to a wide variety of astronomical environments including:
Photodissociation Regions, Molecular Clouds, H II Regions, Planetary Nebulae, Novae and
Supernovae Remnants, Active Galactic Nuclei, and Starburst Galaxies.
We will review those areas of astrophysics where the impact of CLOUDY has been
important and we will try to glance into the future of interstellar medium research.
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